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I'm trying to build a page with a quick menu. Now I've created a menu by the regular way and I've shown this on the place i wanted. Now due to the way my site currently looks, this is very out of the shape I wanted it to be.

Now my question is: Is it possible to show my menu items as a view and decorate them with a button (and if possible an icon from the FontAwesome library)?

My idea would look something like this, with the blue things as buttons creating for every menu item:

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A module or a work around would both be fine!

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with https://www.drupal.org/project/menu_link_attributes you can add a css classes to each menu item so that you can theme it as needed.

  • I think this will work out for me, thankyou. – ronald1993 Jul 19 at 14:29

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